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JBI Evidence Implementation. 18(3):288-296, September 2020
A video commentary on implementation project titled: How do health professionals prioritise clinical areas for implementation of evidence into practice? The commentary is provided by Andrea Rochon - RN, MNSc, Research Assistant, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
Dr Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza provides a video commentary on original research paper – titled: Building a collaborative research community of practice and supporting research engagement in speech-language pathology: identification of stakeholder priorities
Dr Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Centre for Research Excellence in Frailty and Healthy Aging (Knowledge Translation [KT] Arm) and Flinders University, South Australia. She investigates KT concerning technology and consumer engagement, with a focus on the co-creation, measurement, and evaluation of the impact of participatory research products (e.g. policies, health systems changes, care, education, communication, and interventions effects). She brings a multidisciplinary background in 1) health promotion, behaviour, and health. 2) consumer behaviour and marketing science. 3) mass and science communication; she holds a 5-year Licentiate degree in this last field.
Amy Hamtak provides a video commentary on featured paper – titled: Implementation Project Prevention and treatment of oral mucositis among cancer patients in the haematology-oncology setting
Amy is in her final year of the Johns Hopkins Doctor of Nursing Practice program as a critical care clinical nurse specialist. She graduated from the University of Nevada Reno in 2012 with her Bachelors of Science in Nursing and worked as a trauma and cardiac critical care nurse before moving into the role of clinical procurement coordinator for her local organ procurement organization. She recently transitioned into the role of clinical educator, where she now creates and executes training for all aspects of the organ donation process.
Nancy Navarro provides a video commentary on featured discussion paper – titled: Implementation of evidence-based initiatives to manage pandemics in health care services
Nancy is in her final year of the University of Guadalajara Doctor of Science, Public Health. She graduated from the same University in 2012 with her Bachelor of Nursing and then joined the United States Latin-American Cancer Research Network as nurse collaborator, working with the Hospital Civil de Guadalajara and the Instituto Jalisciense de Cancerología. During her doctoral process, she was involved with activities of first level of medical attention, health promotion, chronic kidney disease, vaccination, access and adherence to health services and particularly breast cancer early detection by mammography. She recently transitioned into the role of Bachelor’s Educator, teaching subjects including Public Health and Evidence-Based Nursing.